Fuel Tank Foam

Fuel Tank Foam

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Fuel Tank Foam Cubes it’s no secret. This type of anti slosh foam has been used in high performance applications for decades. The only problem is that not a lot of people know about it. Imagine being able to install something on/in your Motorcycle that will immediately impact its performance. And it’s simple, takes roughly 10 minutes to install and is virtually maintenance free. These Foam kits go right into the fuel tank/fuel cell and eliminate fuel slosh during extreme applications. By eliminating the surge, the vehicle becomes more stable in high performance applications – THESE KITS ARE PROBABLY THE MOST INEXPENSIVE MODIFICATION YOU CAN DO WITH IMMEDIATE RESULTS. ( 2 Gallon Kits typically one per Motorcycle)

Prevent fuel sloshing and keep the Motorcycle handling predictably with our Fuel Tank Safety Foam Blocks. When undergoing cornering or hard acceleration and braking, fuel sloshing about in the tank produces unpredictable weight transfer and may adversely affect your handling. Our fuel cell foam blocks keep weight transfer to a minimum, with just a minimal loss in fuel capacity.

Our fuel cell foam blocks have a 97% void rate, meaning a tank full of foam still holds 97% of the original tank’s capacity.

Kawasaki Ninja 400cc 3.698 x .097=3.587 (Tank filled with Foam)

Kawasaki Ninja 300cc: 4.5 x .097 = 4.365 (Tank Filled with Foam)

Yamaha YZFR-3: 3.7 x .097 = 3.589 (Tank Filled with Foam)

These safety foam blocks are easy to install in most fuel tanks and can be inserted through the fuel pump preferably Each block is 2” x 2” x 2”.

Compatible with pump gas, E85 and alcohol fuels such as methanol and ethanol. They are not recommended for nitro-methane or diesel fuel.

Fuel Tank Foam Cubes Features

  • Minimizes fuel sloshing during cornering, acceleration and braking
  • Prevents unexpected handling effects caused by weight transfer of sloshing fuel
  • 97% void rate means a minimal loss in fuel capacity (tank full of foam still holds 97% of original capacity)
  • Use pump gas, E85, methanol, ethanol or alcohol-based fuels (Not recommended for diesel & nitro-methane)